Limits to gene flow in marine animals with planktonic larvae : models of Littorina species around Point Conception , California

@inproceedings{Hohenlohe2004LimitsTG,
  title={Limits to gene flow in marine animals with planktonic larvae : models of Littorina species around Point Conception , California},
  author={Paul A Hohenlohe},
  year={2004}
}
Simulation models examined the process of gene flow in marine animals with planktonic larvae, and three factors that may influence it: ocean currents, planktonic period and spawning season. To focus on a realistic example, the models were based on measured ocean currents around Point Conception in southern California and the life histories of two intertidal gastropods, Littorina scutulata and L. plena. Results suggested that: (1) convergent ocean currents can create an effective barrier to gene… CONTINUE READING
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